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  • IBM's Blue Spruce Shifts Development to Web Browsers

    Seems like everyone these days wants to jump into cloud services and browser-based applications. IBM is no different. The company has been working on a secret project for nearly five months. Well it is no longer a secret and Big Blue has divulged some details about Blue Spruce, the

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  • Browser Wars: Mobile Firefox with Extensions?

    We have been keeping our eyes on the browser wars for quite some time here at CMSWire. While the battle has been heating up on desktop platforms, the new and cool thing is mobile browsing.

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  • mobiSiteGalore Snags 2008 Innovation Award

    mobiSiteGalore, a service to enable building Web sites with almost any mobile device, was recently recognized for its awesomeness via 2008 Most Innovative Enterprise Mobile Internet Application and Mobile Internet World Innovation 2008 Awards Runner-up.

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  • Browser Wars: Is Opera 9.6 a Hit or a Miss?

    Opera Software announced the release of the newest version of their Web browser, Opera 9.6. With as much gusto as we imagine a software company can possibly muster, their Web browser boasts not only speed and performance improvements, but also a variety of new features. Fancy New Functionality Things

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  • More Browsers: Iron is Tougher Than Chrome on Privacy

    And the browser wars continue. As a recent reaction to all the privacy issues surrounding Google Chrome, a German software company SRWare has released a free alternative called Iron. Aside from the obvious metallic element similarity, Iron is also based on the Chromium source code, with the controversial

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  • Skyfire Mobile Browser Free for All, Mimics Chrome

    Last time we covered Skyfire, those who wanted to browse the Internet on their phones in the same way as on their PCs had to sign up on a waiting list.

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  • Does Chrome's Polish Out Shine the Competition?

    Firefox has been in the spotlight for the past few years, but now another browser is aiming to steal that attention away. That browser is none other than Google Chrome.

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  • Chrome's Shine Distracts from Privacy Glare?

    Within hours of Google Chrome's entry into the Web browser arena, concerns about the browser's privacy and copyright claims within the terms of service echoed throughout blogs and news organizations around the world.

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  • IE8 Beta 2 Released

    Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 is now available for download by the public. Microsoft certainly needs to push IE8 out soon -- especially when considering the recent developments within the Web browsing market. The company is touting the premise that IE8 is the most secure, reliable and privacy-aware version of the product to date. Will it be enough to impress the users of other browsers while keeping

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  • Google Chrome: Renewal of the Browser Wars

    Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera, watch out — Google is entering the fray with its shiny new creation called Chrome. Google's newest creation will be available for download today in more than 100 countries for people using Microsoft Windows, but is the amount of drama brewing from Google's

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  • W3C Revitalizes Markup Validator Service

    Ever feel like you could use some validation in life? The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C )’s popular Markup Validator service won’t quite do that for you, but it will help keep your website running efficiently on different browsers, which is almost as important.

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  • Apple Surprises Exactly Everyone, Releases Safari for Windows

    While there wasn't much excitement at this week's WWDC for the Apple Fanboys amongst us, Apple did flip the script and reveal Safari for Windows.The Windows download was available right after the keynote speech and was subsequently hacked about two hours later.

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  • Opera Mini Lowers Browser-Based Barriers to Entry

    Opera Mini Dimension's newest release hits beta June 19, and if you're a mobile user with some savvy, you've got reason to express your fine fuzzy feelings. That is, unless your carrier is Verizon Wireless. Then, well, no Opera for you.v3.1.

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